Scotland is renowned for walking and there are numerous options available.
The walk along our driveway follows the glen to our gatehouse; with fields and mountain scenery on all sides it is a wonderful gentle walk.
For a challenge, walk to Glenlochsie Lodge along the old railway to our Munro, Glas Tulaichean, returning via Loch-an-Eun and the scenic Gleann Taitneach. At 1051m, Glas Tulaichean is the 79thtallest mountain in Scotland.
The 103km circular waymarked Cateran trail runs past Dalmunzie and is a serious long distance trail.
During July and August our neighbour, the Glenshee Ski Centre chairlift, takes walkers and climbers quickly to the start of a number of spectaular walks.
Dalmunzie offers the chance to see a wide range wildlife; for example, deer, grouse, ptarmigan, eagles and hares. For more information about spotting wildlife, please contact the estate.
A free local walking guide is provided in each cottage with other suggested routes including the Cateran Trail. For more walks around Glenshee visit The Glen of the Faries website.”
Dalmunzie golf course is one of Britain’s highest and is surrounded by stunning mountain scenery.
The course is now open to all including our cottage residents, hotel guests, local golfers and visitors.
Green fees are payable outside the entrance to the course.
Monday – Friday: £15 | Weekend: £20
Ticket after 4pm on any day: £12
Adult: £60 | Family: £110
Annual Season Ticket: £140
11 to 17: half price | Up to 10: Free of charge.
10% off parties of 10 or more golfers – prebooking required for discount
The Dalmunzie Golf Club
Dalmunzie Golf Club was formed in 1946 and has almost 100 members from all over the world. If you are a regular guest or know Dalmunzie well maybe membership is for you. To enquire about membership please contact the estate. The Club has 3 weekend meetings and prize-giving dinners per year – the Captain’s medal in May, an Open golf competition in July or August and the Club Championship in October.”